If you are even a little bit interested in Maya history, there is one place you cannot miss. The home of the Great Jaguar. The city, that in spite of thousands of tourists, who visit every day, still exudes incredible energy. A treasure, hidden under lush rainforest canopy – majestic Tikal. How to Get to… Continue reading El Remate and Tikal – Palomino Horses, The Tallest Temple and Scary Noises
Maya Villages at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Where Traditions Are Still Alive
A beautiful deep water lake surrounded by three volcanoes – it really does exist! Once you cross the border into Guatemala, make sure you have enough daylight to reach Lake Atitlan, because the approaches are extremely narrow, winding and dangerous. If you feel you’d rather be safe than sorry, stay for the night in the town with a cool name of Huehuetenango.
Palenque: A Marvel Of Maya Civilization Or An Alien Outpost?
Where we stayed in Palenque - the park and how to get the right guide - what Palenque is famous for - the mysterious lid of King Pakal's sarcophagus - different theories about the carvings on the lid - was King Pakal an ancient astronaut? - Palenque Museum. I am not a historian, nor am… Continue reading Palenque: A Marvel Of Maya Civilization Or An Alien Outpost?
A Complete One-Day Itinerary for Exploring Maya Cities on Ruta Puuc
What is Ruta Puuc - How to plan your trip on Ruta Puuc - Museo del Mundo Maya - Labna - Xlapak - Sayil - Kabah - Where to have lunch on Ruta Puuc - Uxmal There are several routes that go through ancient Maya cities around Merida, but one of the most popular and… Continue reading A Complete One-Day Itinerary for Exploring Maya Cities on Ruta Puuc